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106 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Oct. 15 - Oct. 18, 2004 Submitted photoe Becky Hamill's watercolor, "4th of July," will be among the works showcased at the Peninsula Gallery. Peninsula Gallery to exhibit emerging artists; reception set for Oct. 23 For one week starting Oct. 23, the Peninsula Gallery will present the work of two emerging artists in what may become a recurring theme. Nancy Friedman, pastels and Becky Hamill, watercolor, bo, th have secQnd homes in Lewes, but during the week live and work in the Washington D.C. area. When Friedman and her husband built their second home in Lewes, they came to the gallery looking for local art and bringing in her own work for framing. That was three years ago. More recently, she brought in her friend Becky Hamill to do some framing and gradually the idea of an emerging artists show began to evolve. So what brings a Washington, D.C. information technology ex- ecutive and the owner of a suc- cessful catering business together to exhibit their art in Lewes? A 32-year friendship. They first met all that time ago when they lived in D.C., although it wasn't until 10 years ago that Hamill started to paint watercolors, focusing on cottage and botanical scenes. Continued on page 107 l i I  //lllp .... ! 1'  - t-tl - i--,-'lIT"ImmrrtniIrlmllinvanirlWlnlliTantrtIrn1IUTtx--lF "t .... , I ' t'a'-I "  --It  1 106 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Oct. 15 - Oct. 18, 2004 Submitted photoe Becky Hamill's watercolor, "4th of July," will be among the works showcased at the Peninsula Gallery. Peninsula Gallery to exhibit emerging artists; reception set for Oct. 23 For one week starting Oct. 23, the Peninsula Gallery will present the work of two emerging artists in what may become a recurring theme. Nancy Friedman, pastels and Becky Hamill, watercolor, bo, th have secQnd homes in Lewes, but during the week live and work in the Washington D.C. area. When Friedman and her husband built their second home in Lewes, they came to the gallery looking for local art and bringing in her own work for framing. That was three years ago. More recently, she brought in her friend Becky Hamill to do some framing and gradually the idea of an emerging artists show began to evolve. So what brings a Washington, D.C. information technology ex- ecutive and the owner of a suc- cessful catering business together to exhibit their art in Lewes? A 32-year friendship. They first met all that time ago when they lived in D.C., although it wasn't until 10 years ago that Hamill started to paint watercolors, focusing on cottage and botanical scenes. Continued on page 107 l i I  //lllp .... ! 1'  - t-tl - i--,-'lIT"ImmrrtniIrlmllinvanirlWlnlliTantrtIrn1IUTtx--lF "t .... , I ' t'a'-I "  --It  1